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Battery stuck Just got a new Nikon D80. The battery that came with it would not charge. Got a new battery and it won't come out of the compartment so I can charge it.

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Don't take the battery out of the case (you are talking about the dual battery that goes on the charger right? that's how it is, you'll damage it and risk damage to the camera. check the manual.

Posted on Dec 23, 2008

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